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Submitted by Obnoxious_Informer 885d ago | interview

Ken Levine: Infinite’s Elizabeth is an Evolution of BioShock’s Big Daddy, and Little Sister

It’s easy to miss the connection at face value, but Levine attributed the studio’s work on Big Daddy, and Little Sister as a prototype to BioShock Infinite‘s (far easier on the eyes) Elizabeth. Ken Levine explains how the disturbing duo serve as the groundwork to Elizabeth: (BioShock, BioShock: Infinite, PS3, Xbox 360)

alexcosborn  +   885d ago
Interesting. Can't wait for this game!!
Conzul  +   885d ago
Yeah, well, I'll hold off judgement until I see Elizabeth do a Drill Dash.
NukaCola  +   885d ago
Interdasting read. I like it and really am going to enjoy this game.

I was honestly wondering if the Song Bird or the other big wooden/metal dude was this Bioshock's Big Daddy.
dbjj12088  +   885d ago
Yeah, but Elizabeth is a lot better looking than a Big Daddy or Little Sister, amirite?
ApolloTheBoss  +   885d ago
Come on, Kenny. I know she's gonna be awesome but there's no point in bragging about it. Let the customers be the judge.
When did Ken brag about anything? Hes simply telling us the parallels between Elizabeth and the relationship between Big Daddy's and Little Sisters
ApolloTheBoss  +   885d ago
Well then I'll rephrase it to "Telling us about it." Like I said, I want to see for myself.
RPG1201  +   885d ago
Levine that's just a lie. The Song Bird machine is the evolution to the daddy...
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